APWA Sacramento Project of the Year Award

On August 4, the APWA Sacramento Chapter held their annual Project of the Year awards ceremony at the Dante Club in Sacramento. Quincy Engineering is proud to be part of the team that designed the 2017 Project of the Year (Transportation Category) – Sheldon Road and Waterman Road Intersection Improvements. The City of Elk Grove…

May is Bike Month

As part of the Sacramento Region’s “May is Bike Month”, the team at Quincy Engineering has pledged to ride over 3,000 miles. The month-long event challenges local individuals, companies, and cycling clubs to get active and healthy by reducing their carbon footprint and replacing car trips with bike rides, whether it’s commuting to work, school…

Two Quincy Engineering Design Projects Win Northern California APWA Awards

At the Northern California APWA annual project awards luncheon on February 23, 2017, two Bay Area projects that Quincy Engineering designed received awards. Congratulations to the talented teams who worked on these! Transportation Category – Between $5 and $25 Million: Golf Club Road Bridge Replacement Project, Pleasant Hill Quincy Engineering provided plans, estimates, and specifications…

Quincy Engineering Welcomes New Associate Engineer

Quincy Engineering is pleased to announce that Andrew Mitchell, PE, has joined our team as an Associate Engineer – Transportation Design in our Rancho Cordova office. For the past five years, Andrew served as a Roadway Design Engineer at CH2M where he led various design disciplines and aided in the design of mainline freeway, local…

Quincy Staff Promotions

Quincy Engineering is pleased to announce the recent promotions of four talented team members. Congratulations to Carolyn Davis, P.E., and Carl Gibson, P.E., who were promoted to Senior Project Managers, and Davina Carboni, P.E., and Jason Chou, P.E., who were both promoted to Senior Engineers. CAROLYN DAVIS, P.E. | SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER Quincy Team Member…

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Our clients include:
  • Caltrans
  • ODOT
  • Federal Highway Administration
  • Central Federal Lands
  • Oregon’s OTIA III Bridge Program
  • ...and many cities and counties throughout California and Oregon.
Celebrating 25 years

It all started on March 10, 1992, when some colleagues decided to re-engineer the concept of engineering firms. Quincy Engineering was born out of a strong desire to do the right thing for clients and design the highest quality, safest bridges and roads. Fast forward 25 years, and we’ve expanded our services and designed and delivered hundreds of projects throughout California, Oregon and Nevada.